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to embrace me, but i will be speaking what should be heard. stop the madness in texas. keep dreaming. revive the wall on poverty. keep dreaming. go from stopping educate, stopping house, stopping jails. keep dreaming. >> we have somebody who was born exactly 50 years ago today. now you're here. what does this mean to you to be back here celebrating this 50th anniversary? >> it's a great opportunity for me. i was born the year of the civil rights movement, and i'm 50 years old, so 50 years in celebrating, 50 years i am actually living the dream. i am an entrepreneur. i work. i'm doing exactly what it is that our forefathers marched and fought for for my father. my name is rhonda phillips. i'm from sin cincinnati, ohio, my dad fought and marched for so many others, and i'm living the dream and i thank jesus for being able to do that. >> thank you, rhonda. you hear lots of stories like that today. later today we'll be hearing from the representative john lewis who was one of the last living organizers of that march 50 years ago, as well as the families of martin luther king, jr. as well as tray
-dade and houston, texas, to the ohio department of transportation. >> we're looking at a future where police departments could deploy dozens or even hundreds of these flying robotic video cameras over an entire neighborhood or city. >> reporter: gig ga pixel cameras can already do constant surveillance on 25 square mile areas. those could soon be married to drones so inexpensive even small towns could afford them. how is this any different from a police car following behind me or an officer standing outside my house? >> there's a police officer who can see you, you can see them. what you don't know is if there's a camera up in the clouds following you everywhere you go. >> reporter: even those who support the technology say there have to be ways for the public to hold their local government accountable. >> which police officer was operating the system? where was the camera pointed when the drone was flying? what was it looking at? where was it located? >> reporter: right now the faa is writing the rules on which domestic drones can fly and where, but some cities are already getting a jump. s
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